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Use double integrals to find the Area of one loop of the rose r=cos(3theta)

I know how to solve this, the only question I have is why theta is between -pi/6 and pi/6. I don't understand where those two values come from.

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# Homework Help: Area of one loop of the rose r=cos(3theta)

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